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of an accident in prince william county, southbound on the prince william parkway out wellington road. police already there to direct you around it. back to you. >> our top story investigation continues to widen and the david petraeus scandal. >> the top dollar not dennis staunton general john allen so in the spot light leading to questions reaching the top general john allen is also in the spotlight. >> they are expected to agree on exactly what they know about the petraeus scandal as the search for answers continues for the first time we see the woman at the center of it all paula eating and drinking behind closed doors of her brothers tom and washington, d.c. this as the scandal seems to widen and the spotlight shines on the top commander in afghanistan, general john allen. >> the president thinks very high of general john allen and the job he has done in. >> issue of support from the white house, -- officials uncovered thousands of what they called potentially inappropriate e-mails between general john allen and a jill kelly the woman who sparked the investigation. general allan says he d
, an accident and earlier this hour closing the southbound prince william parkway at wellington road. the other direction is open. watch for the southbound closure. and over to springfield up to springfield, it looks pretty good. traffic on your left good and the hov lanes good. back to you. >> thank you. we will begin with the scandal involving david petraeus. president obama expected to make his first comments on the scandal, destroying an afternoon news conference at the white house. >> this comes as conference demands the full investigation. brianne carter with the latest. >> the president expected to make an address or around 1:a 30 this afternoon. but will be the first time we will hear him address this issue. here on capitol hill, members of the cia and fbi expected to be here to tell lawmakers exactly what they knew and when. >> eating and drinking at her mother's home, a first look at paula broadwell who had allegedly an affair with david petraeus. we are hearing from another woman. and a 911 call obtain from abc news. jill kelley session the diplomatic protection because she was honor
william parkway at wellington road. multivehicle accident tying up the southbound lanes. northbound headed in the direction of 66, your lanes are open. if you are traveling on 395, you will find traffic volume moving at speed continuing past duke street in the express lanes and the main line headed up and across the inbound 14th street bridge. no problems to report at this time as you continue over to the southeast-southwest freeway. beltway construction cleared between new hampshire avenue and university boulevard. now, southbound along 270, lanes are open, nice easy trip south of 109 continuing out towards clarksburg. >>> a look now at our top stories. former d.c. councilman kwame brown will not be going to jail. brown is back in his d.c. home after serving one day in federal custody. yesterday, a federal judge sentenced him to six months of home detention, two years probation and 480 hours of community service. a d.c. superior court suspect papped 30-day jail sentence. brown needed guilty in june for campaign finance violation and to falsifying loan documents for his home and boat. >>>
. >>> southbound on the prince william parkway at wellington road, police are on the scene closing down the road. you want to follow police direction. prince william parkway southbound at wellington road in manassas. 66 is not affected by this coming in from manassas to centreville. you're okay. the hanes are open all the way to -- lanes are open all the way to the beltwayened inside the beltway -- beltway and inside the beltway looks good as well. nice and quiet from the roosevelt bridge into downtown. 270 coming in from the north right now it looks great. in about half an hour, 45 minutes it's not going to be so great so head out the door right now and you'll be fine. down toward germantown and the point where the lanes divide. construction is cleared up for the morning north of town. i'll be back with more traffic at 4:55. >> thanks, monika. >>> the rise of antibiotic resistant infections has the cdc and 25 other health organizations teaming up to get the problem under control. >> the problem is especially troubling because children traditionally have the highest rate of antibiotic use. >> re
of one accident in manassas blocking southbound prince william parkway at wellington road. here in montgomery county things are great on the beltway, college park to bethesda. no problems on 29, 95, 270. coming in from rockville to the point where the lanes divide. let's take a live look outside. if you're planning to head here on 27 on at clarksburg at 121, volumes are just beginning to pick up but the lanes are open. back over to the maps. this time all the way down south in southern maryland. looking good on route 4, route 5, route 301 traveling 210 out of accokeek to oxon hill to the wilson bridge. there is one accint in prince george's county brinkley road at temple hill road. let's take a li look outside and show what you it looks like here at route 210 heading for the wilson bridge. very quiet. i'll be back in a few minutes with more traffic. back to you guys. >> thanks, monika. >>> a doctor who can't write prescriptions. he's fighting desperately to get his privileges back. >> that doctor lost the right seven months ago. he says that decision has led to the deaths of som
.m. right now. will look at the new route 28 bridge over wellington road. shiny and white. it cost more than $21 million. the virginia department of transportation and the city of manassas marked the occasion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning. coming up, one of the most celebrated junk foods in the nation could be a distant memory. a labor dispute has the 20 on the chopping block how about a man coming home that -- 20 on the chopping block. how about a man friday everything he owns on the street? the united nations calls an emergency meeting after more airstrikes on the gaza strip. outside, chile. 46 degrees. [ harry umlaut ] i speak european you know. [ sally umlaut ] uh-huh. take this fascinating muller yogurt. frut up. means "fruit up." creamy yogurt down below. delectable, layer of fruity, moussey, uppiness on top. frut up. as the europeans say. in their language. wow. you really are bilingual. [ male announcer ] muller. the european for yummy. >> escalating violence of the gaza strip has caught the attention of the united nations has more airstrikes were reported o
the union pacific train passing through wellington with horn blowing and the crossing lights flashing. the driver of the truck told police he didn't see the train. now this video shows no matter how big your truck, you'll never win a fight against a train. >> make sure i check crossing before i crossing it look both ways. that's what i'll take out of this one. >> well, we have more to come on eyewitness news the noon. we'll be right back. ,, this is hayden. ,, that's elizabeth. and that's skyler... and his mom, nancy. they're just a few of the californians who took it on themselves to send you a message about what they need to restore years of cuts to their schools. prop thirty-eight. thirty-eight raises billions in new revenue - bypasses sacramento and sends every k through 12 dollar straight to our local schools... every school. for them. for all of us. >>> that's right. it's time for this week's best buys. look at this pink grapefruit. loaded with flavor. loaded with juice. and it's like mother nature put the sugar right in there. you can find this grapefruit for 99 cents each in y
foot, people walking through with wellington boots. how prepared of the people of venice for something like this? >> just something last night to a young venetian who said, of course, flooded like this really is part of the background to life. an extraordinary city that stands at the lagoon. the matter how many times to go through this is, and she said, scary to see the c pouring in across down to the alleyways, taking over 70% of the city yesterday. of course, a huge amount of disruption and dislocation, a great deal of floodwater, a huge clearing up that has to happen. most nations do not actually live in their ground floor areas of their homes. they leave that for storage. restaurants, offices, shops do have to function on their ground floors and there, often -- where it is hit hardest and most that the dislocated by drubbing this time of year. >> thank you very much for bringing us up to date. thank you. more to come on -- what does it mean for the international broadcaster's reputation? west african leaders said they intend to send more than 3000 troops to northern mali in an atte
to wellington, utah, where a father was working and saw a train coming. he grabbed his camera because his son loves thomas. he grabs his camera, and thought he'll love it. that was a water truck. >> according to reports, the driver of this water truck department see or hear the train coming. he goes across the train tracks, and of course the engineer can't stop in time, and runs right through the water truck. >> it's not like a train is a silent thing. this guy just recording happened to be recording the train. he ran over to offer assistance. both them in the water truck didn't have a crash on them. the guy went and talked to the engineer of the train and the guy in the front of the train with him, and they were also uninjured. >> and a little boy got an awesome train video. ♪ >>> the ipad mini car accessory. >> i would totally do this. >> see where it is playing, next. and everybody loves this cat. >> he is a cat with a pop tart for a >>> a very exciting day because we have another winner our "right this minute" ipad give away. tim laugten and his incredible family. they're joining us to
've got some trouble spots to report. 234 at wellington road for the crash. you want to follow police direction in order to work your way around the scene there. hov rules have been lifted today because of the federal holiday. out here on the roads, you will find your lanes are open with no problems to report traveling to and from the american legion bridge leaving tyson's up for the spur. no trouble spots to report south along 270. nice, easy trip coming in out of germantown south of 118 headed into rockville. >>> our big story, congress is demanding answers and more details surrounding at fair between ex-cia director david petraeus and his biographer. >> wants to know if national security was ever at risk and why they were not alerted sooner. melanie alnwick has the latest. >> reporter: heart breaking and tragic are what some lawmaker are calling the downfall of general david petraeus. there are real estate questions about whether his affair poseed a security risk and whether lawmaker should have been notified of the investigation sooner. they first met in the spring of 2006. four y
. the train slammed into a utility truck in wellington, utah last friday. police say the driver was crossing the tracks and didn't see the train coming. the truck was hit near its back wheels and spun around. it was like a scene of a movie. there were actually two men in the truck and both were not hurt. >> relations between the pilots and the company has been tense since they began imposing new work rules that it says they need to stay competitive. i have dealt with delayed flights and cancellations. the pilots have denied those accusations. "the million muppet march" was held in washington d-c over the weekend. about 18-hundred people rallied on the capitol mall in support of funding for public broadcasting. it was a response to mitt romney's proposal to reduce funding for p-b-s and programs like sesame street. the corporation for public broadcasting's budget for this year is about 4-hundred- 45 million dollars. >>just ahead what analysts are predicting about the u.s. economy for the next four years, regardless of who wins the presidential election. and, still to come this midday. why gas
off southbound at wellington road. northbound headed back up towards 66, lanes are open. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. e traffic. >>> in our top stories this morning, three people are recovering this morning after being shot inside a convenience store. the shooting happened on benning road and 44th street in northeast last night. police are searching for the gunman. he took off on foot after crashing his car into several other cars. the victims, two men and a woman, are expected to survive. >>> this morning, d.c. police say they have linked a teenage are to a double shooting in maryland that left one woman dead. a 17-year-old is accused of killing trees bass and injuring her husband in a shooting last month. he is already in jail for a separate crime accused in the shooting death of a d.c. cab driver last week. >>> former d.c. councilman kwame brown learned his fate from two youngs. he will not be going to jail. he has been ordered to house arrest for make false statements on a loan application and violating the city's campaign law. bob barnard has more. >> rep
had that crash southbound at the prince william parkway at wellington road, that has cleared. the roadway there has been reopened. this is the live camera shot eastbound along 66, traffic running freely as you continue out of manassas headed in towards centreville. we'll update the ride out of oxon hill. police, fire and rescue units remain on the scene of the crash. follow their direction in order to get by. traffic flowing freely seeing nothing but green on the inner loop leaving oxon hill headed over towards the wilson bridge. overnight construction cleared. all three lanes maintained now headed out past the d.c. line coming inbond off of 50 and kenilworth avenue. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. e traffic. >> thank you. >>> a wild scene in northeast d.c. last night. three people shot inside a convenience store. the suspect took off. >> police believe it all began because of a dispute between the gunman and a store clerk. fox 5's melanie alnwick is live at police headquarters in northwest with the details. >> reporter: good morning. early this morning, d.c. po
wellington road. an accident out of the lanes. chopper 4 moved to i-66. let's take a look eastbound and westbound as you move toward the beltway. a travel speed from fairfax county parkway. right now not bad from fairfax county parkway. it will take you 11 minutes to get to the beltway on i-66. i'm back in ten minutes. aaron, over to you. >>> right now breaking news from iraq. a series of car bombs exploded across the country, killing at least 17 people and injuring dozens of others. the deadliest explosion happened in the city of kirkuk. four car bombs exploded there. an hour later another parked car exploded at an army patrol west of kirkuk. also an iraqi army patrol. another car bomb exploded in central baghdad. killed one person and injured nine others. iraqi investigators believe insurgents targeted a military convoy. another car bomb exploded in a village market south of baghdad. >>> defense secretary leon panetta is offering support to the top u.s. commander in baghdad even as he's under investigation for e-mails he received. his nomination to head european command is on hold
the volumes being so light today on the prince william parkway at wellington road. let's go over to the north side of town. look at that it's all green from frederick all the way down to the point where the lanes divide. there are no delays on 270 right now whatsoever. same story on the great seneca highway, river road and 355 as well as you travel southbound through rockville and down toward georgetown. let's go take a look live outside and show you what it looks like here on 395 at pentagon. as i said no hov restrictions and no delays yet. really the length from woodbridge on 95 right up the line to the 14th street bridge. back over to our maps. this time over to route 350 in maryland. -- route 50 in maryland. that's the only place where restrictions are in effect as usual. cheverly no issues on 50 or bw parkway inside the beltway into the northeast corridor. one more last live look outside. on the beltway north of town, new hampshire avenue into silver spring all lanes open. >>> time to say good morning to our partners at cbs this morning to see what they're up to today. >> charlie rose st
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at the giant sculpture of gollam at the airport in wellington. that's just the beginning of the hype and fanfare over this movie. a.j. hammer is in new york. i love that gollum in the airport. >> new zealand has gone crazy for "the hobbit." tens of thousands of kiwis were on hand. they're all celebrating the hometown premiere in wellington, new zealand. peter jackson has filmed all of j.r.r. tolkin films in new zealand. it's led to a boom in tourism and filmmaking over there, as you might expect. one of the places to go if you want to add special effects to a movie. according to estimates, the first three "lord of the rings" films boosted the country's economy by $575 million u.s. dollars. they're hoping for that kind of impact again when you see thing s like gollum at the new zealand airport, welcoming visitors. if you fly new zealand instead of a typical safety video, here is what you'll see. >> on the broefing. make sure your belongings are hidden away under the seat before you or in the compartments ahead. >> all travelers must keep a watchful eye on the lighted signs and follow
, doesn't it? an unexpected journey in wellington, new zealand. >> tv new zealand was on-hand for the festivities. >> reporter: this has been 100,000 fans in new zealand catching their favorite hobbit stars. the international stars arrived in new zealand for the world premier that took place in wellington. this has been a huge production for new zealand and is a huge economic boost for the country as well. an entire marketing campaign for tourism new zealanders is built around these films and it is vital that the production of the movies is made here in new zealand. fans camped out about 24 hours before the broadcast of the world premier of that movie. many came from around the world to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars and the party is in full swing the day of the world premier. >> 100,000 people. >> i know. "the york. it will be in theaters december 14th. you going to see it? >> no. i got a long list before that one. >> "early start" continues right now. >> >> one more try. u.n. ambassador susan rice gets another chance today to win over republican lawmakers. afte
here. this is the wellington letter. he writes he's been doing this for 35 years. this is what he said in the edition that came out yesterday. bat ten down the hatches. protect your assets, your business, your job. this is no longer a theoretical exercise. i want to tell you, carl, i find it disgusting that a lot of people are saying that to their clients and they're saying that across the board but they're not putting it in print. if you're saying something like that, have the guts like berurto put it in print. i would like to see people put it in print as opposed to whispering it behind the scenes. >> i just want to understand though, gary, you're saying four years of stock market action had nothing to do with the president but the past week and the past 600 points are all about the president, is that right? >> no. what i'm saying is that the stock market went up over the last four years in many of these people's opinions. i'm just passing on what i am hearing and what people are saying. the stock market went up in spied of what might have been happening in washington. the major move
. that is a clear message we can deliver. >> hello. clem miller of wellington trust investment advisors. wondering how you would compare the debt situation from the fiscal situation to that of the euro zone. the nasdaq operates more challenging here than they are. is that of greater potential magnitude of disaster here and there? what would you say? >> one as i would say most of our operations in europe, with the exception of finland are outside the euro zone. so we have the norwegian kroner and also in london we have the pound. so we are not unhappy. finland adopted the area. ash is a finland and several baltic countries are adopting the euro a little bit late in the game fair. but you know, this country has so much more fundamental string than what you see in europe and nurturing of discussion would be slow motion. so with respect to our fiscal capability, we're probably 10 to 15 years out from running into the problems he saw in europe and in the 15 years probably from a not medical point of view, understand as we all learned in 2008, emotions can make things happen a lot quicker than that. so
lined the streets in wellington for the star shoulded world premiere of "the hobbit." it's the first of three hobbit films which serve as a prequel to peter jackson's lord of the rings trilogy. it has its american premiere next week here in new york. >> do you think americans will wear those little hats everyone was wearing? >> seems like a lot from that story but if anyone can do it peter jackson. >> those were a masterpiece. >> blockbusters. that's why they made all three, we can probably make 500 million each. >> easily. easily. >> all right. so we've been talking about the fiscal cliff, 34 days left until we go off the cliff. or slide down the cliff. there's been lots of metaphors about that combination of tax increases and deep spending cuts. both sides reporting little progress. the clock is ticking. everybody's talking about compromise. when you get into the details, not that much compromise. let's get to tim pawlenty, a top lobbyist for the banking industry serving as the ceo of the financial services roundtable which represents the 100 largest u.s. financial services compani
in wellington airport it feels like i'm coming home. >> reporter: "the hobbit, an unexpected journey" has everything you would expect from this franchise. plenty of small hairy people except, of course, for one. >> it's nice to be back. >> reporter: on a difficult journey, facing every obstacle with brave hearts. >> loyalty, honor. >> reporter: and while "the hobbit," movies, there will be three are more like "lord of the rings," the fans are as devoted as ever. we'll see what fans make of the way "the hobbit" is filmed at 3-d and at a fast 48 frames per second which apparently not everybody likes. guys, if you look the book, there's a chance you'll love the new movies. >> key simmons in london, thanks very much. not the last you'll be hearing about the movies. ann curry is in new zealand for an exclusive interview with peter jackson. can you catch it on "rock center with brian williams" next thursday. ann will have more on the making of "the hobbit" and an interview with the cast right here on "today." >> cool. >> now for some help if you've been looking for love in all the wrong places.
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